The upcoming BMW 7 series has been found testing again, ahead of its introduce in the UK early next year. The photos in our gallery likewise provide us our very first look at the inside of the high-end limousine, previewing a disguised interior design as well as covered dashboard design.
BMW appears to be staying with a tried as well as evaluated formula on the new 7 saloon, with a similar dash style as well as familiar design to the one you’ll discover on the outgoing car. There’s a big central screen as well as iDrive scroll wheel, which sits together with the recognisable joystick-style gearlever on the centre console. There’s no traditional handbrake either, hinting that the new 7 will function an electronic configuration to save area inside the cabin.
It’s difficult to tell from these pictures, however it appears like the 7 series will utilize a customisable instrument binnacle, similar to that discovered on Merc’s flagship S-Class. The top of the dashboard as well as the entire traveler side of the interior have been covered in a dark material in the test car, however expect high high quality woods, metals as well as plastics to function on production designs next year. We can see some wise aluminium switchgear as well as neat climate manage buttons – however it’s apparent BMW wishes to play it risk-free with its new 7 Series.
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